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This holiday season, there are three Giving Trees -- Christmas trees that are placed in different locations at Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment. Children and adolescents on the unit decorate the trees with hands, and gift ideas such as coats, hats, gloves, and socks, are written on the hands. The kids can also write specific items they would like, such as body wash, games, or basketballs. Employees take a hand or two and purchase the gifts listed. The gifts are wrapped and the children and adolescents open them on Christmas Day. The aim is for the children and adolescents to enjoy Christmas and have presents to open.
Photo shows one of the Giving Trees with some of the many gifts Belmont staff collected. Shown (L to R): Jared Nolan, Behavior Health Associate; Gerald Johnson, Behavior Health Associate; and Seanier Keyes (teacher).